In the next installation of our arts and culture column, one metalhead explains what being in a band with his other half has meant to his life.
Armenia and Azerbaijan show how a good music video can help drum up support for a war.
Ihsan of Emperor notes some major similarities between the covers of 'Telemark' and 'folklore,' but he's cool with it.
Many in the country consider metal fans to be "devil worshippers". They're also photographer Joseph Ouechen's favourite subjects.
Live bands and their dedicated fans created and maintained the city’s satellite music scene in the pre-internet era.
Ahead of their new album 'The Nothing,' the nü-metal pioneers reflect on their massively successful career—and why they don't want to be a nostalgia act.
Nothing like being a good sport with some environmentally-conscious bling.
'The ABCs of Metallica,' which is out November 26, might make you think "Enter Sandman" was foreshadowing.
He didn't make it back into the show, but the image of him swimming is now part of a new Budweiser label design.
In 2006, there was nowhere in Japan to listen to face-melting riffs while drinking beer that tastes like Hell's bongwater. Then Koichi Katsuki came along.